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AQA Centre Declaration Sheet - Externally Moderated

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by Teafrog79, Apr 27, 2012.

  1. Teafrog79

    Teafrog79 New commenter

  2. gsglover

    gsglover Occasional commenter

    You don't need a Centre Declaration sheet for writing as it is externally assessed, but you do for speaking.
     
  3. ambi

    ambi New commenter

    Our exams officer has given us the forms for both wriitng and speaking even though writing is externally marked. It is definitely on the check list of things to send with the writing stuff. It will be on the website as mentioned above too but our exams officer has a pile printed off already.
     
  4. Centre Declaration Sheets are only needed for externally moderated work i.e. speaking. But both speaking and writing need the candidate record forms and, if used, planning sheets.
     
  5. a_rooti

    a_rooti New commenter

    That's the one - thanks. They don't like to make our job any easier, do they?

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